Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
A minimum grade point average of 2.8 as your overall GPA or for your last 60 semester units attempted or 90 quarter units attempted.
All applicants must satisfy the six Foundation Courses (or their approved equivalents) as prerequisites to entering the program and enrolling in MBA Core Courses. After transcript review, Foundation Course equivalents will be transferable from regionally accredited institutions where a minimum grade of C- or CR was earned and were completed within ten years prior to admission to the MBA program. If any Foundation Courses have not been completed, an applicant may receive “conditional” program admission and one semester to complete Foundation Courses.
Community College Equivalent
Modesto Jr. College
San Joaquin Delta College
ACC 2110 Financial Accounting
BUSAD 201 Financial Accounting
ACTG 4A Financial Accounting
Bus 3 Financial Accounting
BUSAD 1A Prin. Of Accounting
ECON 2510 Microeconomics
ECON 102 Microeconomics
ECON 1B Intro to Microecon.
ECON 1B Prin. Of Microecon.
ECON 1 Prin. Of Microecon.
FIN 3220 Business Finance
MGT 3310 Management Theory & Practice
MKT 3410 Principles of Marketing
MATH 1610 Statistics for Decision Making
MATH 134 Elementary Statistics
MATH 10 Elementary Statistics
MATH 12 Introduction to Probability and Statistics
MATH 2 Elements of Statistics
Note: Prior departmental approval will be required for Foundation Courses not listed. Contact Gina Donahue at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your institution is accredited and whether your transcript/s include an equivalent for each Foundation Course.
Candidates for the OMBA Program need to demonstrate a two-year record of relevant, full-time employment in a professional or supervisory role.
At this time, Stanislaus State is not authorized to offer online instruction or degree programs to students residing outside of the state of California. For additional information, visit the Out-of-State Authorizations for the OMBA Applicants.
International Student Enrollment
The Online MBA program is authorized to admit international students into the program whether you reside outside of the United States or hold an international degree. For students with coursework from countries other than the United States, you will need to have academic credentials evaluated by an approved organization. For additional information on TOEFL, IELTS and/or other requirements, contact International Education and Global Engagement.